Blogmas: Week 3

At Christmas,

all roads lead home.

– Marjorie Holmes

I know I said this a week ago, but I can’t believe that I have managed to put out a post every single day for (now) eighteen days- holy macaroni!

I worked the whole week and weekend, so I haven’t got much to say about the things I’ve physically done. However, I can tell you about what’s been going on in my head (this is my diary, after all).

I have been thinking a lot about next year. Where do I want my blog to go? What is it that I really want to achieve? Am I heading in the right direction?

Those are questions that I’m still working on the answers for.

Although it’s been hard sticking to daily blogging, it’s been easy knowing that every post is going to be about Christmas. However, when December is over, that’s the end of blogmas and the Holiday fever is going to disappear. This is my blog, and I can post something Christmas-related any day of the year, but I now need to find a sense of direction.

This is what I have been thinking about this week.

The plans that I have in my head are scattered right now, so I’ll leave it for another post.

This week, although I was busy from 7am to 6pm, I managed to do a few little Christmassy things, like order some gifts for loved ones and such.

Here’s a little blogmas update:

12/12: Have a Very Merry LUSH Christmas: LUSH’s Christmas range of goods is one you will not regret buying.

13/12: December Birthdays and How to Treat Them: Inspired by my mom’s birthday, here are the dos and donts.

14/12: The Christmas Tag: If you’re a little nosy…

15/12: Holiday Drugstore Picks: A few of my favourites for the holiday season.

16/12: Festive Freakshake: This freakshake was so quick, easy and festive!

17/12: Hanging Gingerbread Decorations: The cutest little edible ornament for your tree.

Just as a little side note, this is the last Sunday diary entry until Christmas!

Was your week more exciting than mine? Let me know!

 

 

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